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Tony Webber - Newsroom articles


  • Virgin moves in on Tiger 29 Oct 2012

    ABC Radio PM

    Associate Professor Tony Webber discusses Virgin Australia's announcement of plans to acquire a 60 per cent stake in Tiger Airways on ABC PM.

  • Why petrol prices are skyrocketing 19 Oct 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Associate Professor Tony Webber has written on the topic of the recent fuel price hike across Australia, in the Sydney Morning Herald. Read more

  • Battle to fly high with business passengers 16 Oct 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Associate Professor Tony Webber has written about the ongoing price war between Qantas and Virgin in the domestic Business Class airline sector, for the Sydney Morning Herald. Read more

  • Sky High Stakes 16 Oct 2012

    ABC News 24

    ABC News has interviewed Associate Professor Tony Webber, Business School, re the business class domestic price war happening between Virgin and Qantas, with prices at 20-year lows.

  • To hedge or not to hedge 13 Sep 2012

    The Age

    Associate Professor Tony Webber writes on the benefits of a merger between Qantas and Emirates for The Age

  • JAL Not Yet Impacted by Low Cost Airlines 12 Sep 2012

    Bloomberg

    Associate Professor Tony Webber discusses the impact of low cost airlines on JAL, on business news network Bloomberg.

  • Sky's the limit for Qantas in link-up with Emirates 27 Jul 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Associate Professor Tony Webber has written an editorial piece in the Sydney Morning Herald, in which he argues that the benefits of a Qantas- Emirates deal are "enormous".

  • Sky's the limit for Qantas in link up with Emirates 27 Jul 2012

    The Age

    Associate Professor Tony Webber discusses the benefits for Qantas if it teams up with Emirates in the future in an editorial piece in The Age.

  • Is Qantas the dying kangaroo? 12 Jun 2012

    The Australian

    Associate Professor Tony Webber, University of Sydney Business School, has been interviewed by The Australian, regarding the constant crisis faced by Qantas. Associate Professor Webber comments that the four fundamental issues facing the airline are oil prices, excess supply in the international market, competition from cheap fare airlines and that Qantas is 'high-cost and high-taxed and can't avoid either of the two'.

  • Qantas plunges in Euro turbulence 06 Jun 2012

    Adelaide Advertiser

    The Adelaide Advertiser has interviewed University of Sydney Business School Associate Professor Tony Webber regarding Qantas' operations, its downgraded profit forecasts and his prediction that Qantas will cut some international routes rather than increase international fares.


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